We love Dunedin. The natural beauty of the Otago Peninsula, the dynamic life of this university town, and the unexpected profusion of great coffee shops make this one of our favourite stops in New Zealand.
The first café we visit has us beaming like a dog wagging with two tails. That’s right; the coffee shop is called Dog With Two Tails. A cosy and eclectic café by day and a popular music venue and bar in the evenings, there’s awesome brunch fare (we had the Green Eggs and Ham, and the Bangers and Beans; both served with sourdough bread) and even Kiwi craft beer.
We understand Dog with Two Tails is a family run business, and it shows in the homey feel of the space. But not stuffy suburban homey but rather a place where artists, musicians, and yes, even hippies, can feel at home. The chalkboard on the wall announces upcoming gigs; a miniature train track winds its way around the ceiling; there are books and there is poetry in the air somehow.
Our coffees arrive with a friendly smile. The barista asks us where we are from and where we are heading to next. Where’s next? For the next half hour or so, we’re just happy to be here. Content and complete.
Dog with Two Tails這家名字趣致的咖啡館就是我們所到訪的其中一家。
這家白天是咖啡館的Dog with Two Tails，
Dog With Two Tails
25 Moray Place, Dunedin, New Zealand
Mon-Sat 8am-11pm (or late) / Sun closed